CNBC highlights the different warning signals from the region that have accentuated a wall of worry that has spread across the globe.» Read More
Pressure is on the ECB to take action against a strong euro with a leading industrialist calling on Frankfurt to tackle the euro's "crazy" strength.
A proposed referendum on EU membership and upcoming elections are among the biggest risks facing CFOS of the U.K.'s top corporates.
An economic slowdown in Germany could bode ill for its easterly neigbors, for whom it is the biggest export market.
The market reaction to Erste Bank's announcement that it expects to book a net loss was "harsh" but "understandably so," CEO Andreas Treichl said.
The listing of obscure items on eBay is nothing new, but one Italian seller has gone a step further - putting a whole Alpine village up for sale.
The last time Irish house prices were rising so fast was between 2002 and 2005, just before the crash, sparking talks of another housing bubble.
Iceland is considering a return to the debt market, according to reports, as efforts to get back on its feet after its financial crash continue.
Slovakia's proximity to Ukraine, which is in conflict with Russia, poses dangers, the Slovak deputy prime minister told CNBC.
Nicolas Sarkozy has angrily denounced the inquiry and cast himself as the victim of a vast left-wing plot to destroy him. The New York Times reports.
Ukrainian forces routed pro-Russian rebels in a flashpoint area of eastern Ukraine and raised the country's blue and yellow flag.
Overreliance on Russian gas leaves Europe vulnerable if the Ukraine conflict escalates, analysts warned.
The U.K.'s search to "rebalance" its economy, focusing on export driven growth, but some myths are holding it back.
Europe's economy has dragged itself out of the crisis' darkest depths, but some question whether the stock markets' rally has outpaced the recovery.
France has hit out against the dollar dominance in global transactions after BNP Paribas was fined $9 billion for helping countries avoid sanctions.
German authorities have arrested a man employed by the country's foreign intelligence agency on suspicion of spying for the U.S., two politicians claimed.
BoE Governor Mark Carney has announced his next big shake up: scrapping the central bank's annual cricket match.
European companies are set to see almost 18 percent growth in their second-quarter earnings, new data has shown.
Scotland could soon have its very own independence day, but a Scottish lawmaker has warned that breaking away is not in the interest of workers.
Apple has hired the sales director of TAG Heuer to help with the launch of its new iWatch, the head of LVMH's watch brands told CNBC.
British Prime Minister's former media chief Andy Coulson was jailed for 18 months for being complicit in phone-hacking by journalists.
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